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Presentation by Ciarán Cuffe about Cycling Dublin at Ireland's National Cycling Conference 2012

Presentation by Ciarán Cuffe about Cycling Dublin at Ireland's National Cycling Conference 2012

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  • 1. Ciarán CuffeLiving cities and the role of cycling
  • 2. Presented at theDublin Cycling Conference June 2012Growing Cycling Participation and Closing the Gender Gap
  • 3. Cycling in Dublin, the Daily Grind
  • 4. Policy
  • 5. Slippery for Cyclists
  • 6. Policy Context• Dublin Transport Initiative Report, 1995• Provision of Cycle Facilities, National Manual for Urban Areas, Dublin, Dublin Transportation Office (DTO), 1998• A Platform for Change, DTO, 2001• Transport 21, 2005• Smarter Travel – A Sustainable Transport Future, 2009• National Cycle Planning Policy Framework, 2009• National Transportation Authority, Greater Dublin Area Draft Transport Strategy 2011-2030 2030 Vision, 2011• National Cycle Manual, NRA, 2011
  • 7. Cycling Modal share• Netherlands 26%• Denmark 18%• Europe 5%-10%• Ireland 2009 c. 1%• Ireland 2020 10% CSO National Travel Survey 2009 Smarter Travel, Action 15, 2009
  • 8. Energy
  • 9. CO2 Emissions per person kilometre• Bicycle: 21 g• Electric bicycle: 22 g (e-bikes scored well due to larger range of standard bicycle and therefore greater chance to replace passenger car trips)• Bus: 101 g• Passenger car: 271 g (based on short trips similar to those a bicycle could make) European Cycling Federation 2011
  • 10. Carbon Intensity of various foods
  • 11. Finance
  • 12. Infrastructure / Capital Investment 2012• €890m National, Regional and Local Roads• €239m Public Transport Investment• €17m Smarter Travel – €3.5m Cycle Routes Infrastructure and Capital Investment 2012-16
  • 13. National Transportation Authority Greater Dublin AreaSafety/maintenance, asset renewal, small added value projects, traffic management grants• Heavy rail - covering re-signalling, rolling stock, Central Traffic Control Centre• Luas /Metro - covering asset renewal, Park & Ride, Safety, Power upgrade• Bus/BRT - covering bus replacement and bus priority projects• Information/Integration - covering Integrated Ticketing, Real Time Passenger Information and the National Journey Planner• Smarter Travel/ Traffic Management covering Marlborough Street Bridge, Dublin Bikes and Smarter Travel/Traffic management projects in GDA seven Local Authorities (including QBCs, cycling, walking and safety projects). Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport Report on Proposed Capital Investment Programme 2011
  • 14. Design
  • 15. Dublin
  • 16. Bike Park, Amsterdam
  • 17. Some Ideas for Public Space Improvements for Dublin
  • 18. Parnell Square DublinProposed Improvements
  • 19. ‘Formula One’ style Streets
  • 20. Tribute to Deceased Child cyclist
  • 21. Traffic Junction, Copenhagen
  • 22. Liffey Campshires, Dublin
  • 23. Occasional Car-free Liffey Quays?
  • 24. Law
  • 25. Importance of lower speed limits
  • 26. Vision
  • 27. Dublin: An emphasis on cars Living cities and the role of cycling
  • 28. Road Safety Plan, Dublin
  • 29. Road Safety Plan, Dublin
  • 30. Traffic Safety Plan, Copenhagen
  • 31. Copenhagen: An emphasis on people
  • 32. A refreshing absence of hi-viz vests
  • 33. Copenhagen Transport
  • 34. Dublin Transport
  • 35. “Cycling is not a goal in itself but rather ahighly prioritised political tool for creating amore liveable city.” Mayor Ayfer Baykal, Copenhagen

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